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The Nazis Go Underground


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The Nazis go Underground: A Startling Expose of How the Germans Are Planning for World War III
"AT THE end of August 1943 Dr. Alexander Loudon, Netherlands Ambassador to Washington, made a most interesting forecast about the outcome and aftermath of the war. He predicted that, with defeat, the German General Staff, the Nazi leaders, and in particular the Gestapo, would go underground to prepare for the next war. As for this war, he said, the Nazis knew that they had already lost it, and were willing and eager to get it over with."
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Publisher Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Doran and co., inc
Year 1944
Pages 113
Language English
Collection wwIIarchive; additional_collections

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